|Charles Chauvel's "IN THE WAKE OF THE BOUNTY" 1933|
Very first adaptation of the Bounty adventure. Very first acting effort for futur star Errol Flynn too, just before making his decisive move from his native Australia to promissing Hollywood California. more info on http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001224/
Keywords: Charles Chauvel; Mutiny; Tahiti; Errol Flynn; Adventure; Bounty; History
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|Uncivilised - Charles Chauvel|
A white novelist, looking for a story in the outback, is kidnapped by an Afghan slaver, betrothed to a white jungle-man, and menaced by a jealous half-caste rival, a hostile witch-doctor, his crazed-killer son, and opium smugglers! This was legendary Australian-based film maker Charles Chauvel's attempt to break the international market. It stars Dennis Hoey (Inspector Lestrade in the Rathbone Sherlock Holmes movies.) It also features Kenneth Brampton - director and star of the 1920 Version of R...
Keywords: Outback; Dennis Hoey; Charles Chauvel; Aborigines; Slavery; Drugs; Opium; Crime; Adventure
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|In The Wake of the Bounty - Charles Chauvel|
"In The Wake of The Bounty" is Errol Flynn's first film. It is also the first of two of Charles Chauvel's proposed series of docudrama's which would be part narrative and part travelogue. The other is "Heritage" For the trivia buffs: -Errol Flynn was a decendant of Fletcher Christian, the character he plays in this film. -This incident in history has also been explored in "Mutiny on the Bounty", in 1935 with Charles Laughton and Clarke Gable and in 1962 Trevor Howard and Marlon Brando and again ...
Keywords: Errol Flynn; The Bounty; Australia; Fletcher Christian; Pitcarn Island; Charles Chauvel; Expeditionary Films; William Bligh; Mutiny on the Bounty; Docudrama; Travelogue
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|The Rats of Tobruk - US Trailer - Charles Chauvel|
Original US theatrical Trailer for "The (Fighting) Rats of Tobruk" a classic Australian World War II film.
Keywords: Feature Films; Trailers; Film Marketing; Charles Chauvel; Grant Taylor; Peter Finch; George Wallace; Chips Rafferty; Australia; World War II; North Africa Campaign; Rommel; The Desert Rat; The Rats of Tobruk